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Antique Indian Restaurant on Milwaukee’s southwest aspect is open daily

Antique Indian Restaurant, 3933 S. 76th St., serves cuisine from around India; its chef-owner is from Punjab, in India's north.

More recent Indian restaurants have a tendency to have fashionable decor, but the new Antique Indian Restaurant on the southwest facet bucks that development, with standard decor and desk configurations.

For occasion, chef-proprietor Pawan Saini explained, the water cups are copper, and so is the h2o jug which is brought to the desk. The plates are traditional significant pottery that are handmade, he stated, crediting his daughter with the concept for the cafe.

Antique Indian Cafe opened in January at 3933 S. 76th St. and not long ago acquired its liquor license, serving a quick assortment of beer, wine and spirits to diners at their tables.

The spot, in a procuring heart at Howard Avenue, previously was Shah Jee’s and Awan’s Desi Cuisine.

Antique Indian has table company for lunch and evening meal, seating 72 in the eating place at spaced tables. It opens at 11 a.m. daily, serving until eventually 10 p.m. Sunday to Thursday and till midnight Friday and Saturday.